Twenty years have gone by since "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" first premiered on ABC, and Melissa Joan Hart showed her serious nostalgia on InstagramTuesday night.
"20 years ago tonight #sabrinatheTeenageWitch aired on @abcnetwork for the first time and changed my life forever!" Hart wrote in the caption.
She asked commenters to name their favorite episode and wished a happy anniversary to all who were involved in "Sabrina," including her mother, who was the show's executive producer. Most commenters were shocked that so much time had passed since the premiere.
The first episode of "Sabrina" aired on September 27, 1996.
Caroline Rhea, who played Hilda Spellman, joked that they were still "young for witches."
The actress who played Zelda Spellman, Beth Broderick, also tweeted about the anniversary.
And Nick Bakay, the voice of Sabrina's talking cat Salem, expressed gratitude on Twitter.
Fans on Twitter had trouble accepting that it had been 20 years since the show's premiere.
While some were sad, many expressed their love for the show and its characters.
Does this anniversary make anyone else feel old?
Sabrina the Teenage Witch is apparently 20 years old in case you hadn't felt the steady inevitable march of time lately— Brendan Porto (@BrendanPorto) September 28, 2016
Yep, we're feeling that march for sure.
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While it can be depressing to realize how much time has passed since the premiere of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," Melissa Joan Hart discussed the possibility of a reboot in an interview with Nutrisystem.
"There's a lot of talk about a Sabrina reboot. I feel like almost every day, somebody's calling me about it," she said. Hart continued to say that getting the cast together would be easy, as she's still close to both Broderick and Rhea.
However, Hart isn't sure about reboots in general. "I think the things about reboots is they're really hard to do. They're hard to do right," she said.